Then, once becoming familiar with our Hebrew roots, the 3 days and 3 nights issue was solved with a better understanding of how Passover is honored from a scriptural perspective. However, now we had a new issue. There seemed to be a rush to force all of the aspects and elements of a traditional Jewish seder into the gospel accounts of Yeshua's final meal. Was "The Last Supper" really a "Passover seder"? How could Yeshua be the host of a seder, AND the "main course" at the same time?
Here is a GREAT yet simple article by Tom Bradford that answers both questions in an honest and encouraging way.
Here is the link: